Brome County, Quebec, Canada
Modern country home construction
This 14,000-square-foot custom build was designed to ‘bring the outdoors in’ by the use of clever linear construction, and by offering its owners optimal lake and mountain views via floor-to-ceiling windows.
The remote location meant that road access had to be constructed, and hydro access added.
The client wanted all lines in the wood to be unbroken from inside to outside, creating true continuity and a genuine indoor-outdoor feel. All woods was cut and hand-stained on-site.
All furniture was custom built on-site.
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The table is carved from solid rock and was imported from France. The table’s designer accompanied it from France to its new home, to ensure it was correctly installed and positioned
Entrance + beams
The mudroom features oil-rubbed, bronzed metal accents, backed by LED lighting
The wall built from local fieldstone was plastered to add old-world charm
The leather-covered wall includes a double-sided fireplace
All cabinetry is covered in leather
As thermal windows of this size are not produced anywhere in North America, we imported them from Portugual.
The staircase leads to a tunnel under the terrace, which offers access to the guest house.
Electric blinds on the sliding doors are recessed into the ceiling for a clean look
The sunken bathtub is constructed from St-Marc stone, a type of stone found in Quebec and known for its durability.
Custom-made pine bunk beds were built and hand-stained on-site.